This report is from earlier this year, but as we inch closer to an announcement about the 2018 Nissan Leaf, this CleanTechnica article certainly adds to the excitement surrounding the Gen 2 version. “The second generation of the Nissan LEAF will feature the company’s ProPilot technology — allowing for autonomous travel on highways under many... Continue Reading →
Kazuo Yajima, head of electric vehicles for Nissan and Renault, recently discussed the electric range expectations for the new Leaf and future vehicles on the Japanese automaker’s electric platform, as reported by Electrek. Look for the 2018 Leaf to cross the 200 mile range barrier and have a new form factor for the first... Continue Reading →
Here is another set of images which purport to show the 2018 Nissan Leaf out in the wild but heavily camouflaged. This time the camo is a little tighter, hugging the curves a bit more, revealing the designs we expect to see. As reported on Electrek, the next revision in the Nissan Leaf design, slated... Continue Reading →
According to the trusty scorecard of InsideEVs, Chevy moved 978 EV Bolts in March, while nearly 1,500 Leafs were sold. For what’s supposed to be the first Real Marketable EV, that’s some flimsy numbers for the Bolt. Read more here. - [Hint, they are stumped as to why.]
Here are a few drawings that reportedly depict the next generation of the Nissan Leaf. Previously these drawings were only "thought" to be the next design but this article on Clean Technica points out why we should believe these are real. The key selling is how much these drawings match what looks to be lurking... Continue Reading →
Here is a cool interview on Clean Technica with a Prius driver as he test drives a Nissan Leaf. Some good perspective on the perceived differences between the two cars. “I have to give this to Nissan. I really love the way their cars handle the road. I will give you that. Better than my hybrid.... Continue Reading →
This is a must watch video if you want to see where the Nissan Leaf is headed for 2020.
Since Nissan enjoyed the spot of number one selling EV in the world you would think that they would be trying to stay on the cutting edge of technology since they blazed a trail with the Nissan Leaf in the first place. In the first 5 years of it existence the Leaf has pretty much... Continue Reading →